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golf cart

noun
1.
a small, battery-powered, three- or four-wheel vehicle used for transporting one or two golfers and their equipment around a golf course.
Origin
1950-1955
1950-55
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  • Once ashore, you can explore the island easily by foot or via a rented bike or golf cart.
  • Anyone who has ridden in a golf cart has experienced it.
  • We are talking about a luxury sports car, with real driving characteristics, not a golf cart.
  • Residents take enormous pride in their golf cart rides, many of which are electric.
  • And if you're really in a hurry, you can grab an electric golf cart.
  • He rode in a golf cart through an underground tunnel from the dugout to a little section near the right-center-field bleachers.
  • It is designed to attach to the back of a golf cart.
  • The island is renowned for its beaches, golf cart transportation and handful of quaint places to stay.
  • The package includes accommodation, daily unlimited golf on either course, and a golf cart.
  • He makes the trip to the set, as usual, in a golf cart.
British Dictionary definitions for golf cart

golf cart

noun
1.
a small motorized vehicle for transporting golfers and their equipment round a golf course
2.
a two-wheeled trolley with a long handle used for carrying golf clubs
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